An Evening With Lord Ian Botham

Tuesday 15 April

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Lord Ian Botham, the former England captain, was one of the most impactful all-rounders of his generation with 14 centuries and 383 wickets in a career that spanned over 15 years.

Through the 1980s, he was part of a golden generation of all-rounders in world cricket. The 1981 Ashes, which England won 3-1, have since come to be known as Botham’s Ashes for his starring performances with bat and ball.

In 2007, Botham was knighted for his services to cricket and to charity.

Prolific with both bat and ball, Ian Botham was the fastest to the double of 1000 runs and 100 wickets. He broke the World Record for most Test wickets, and finished his career with 5,200 runs and 383 wickets.

Join Lord Ian, as he discusses his amazing career, and everything in between.

Band A: Row A Includes meet & greet drinks reception, professional photo printed on the night and a signed picture

Band B: Row B-D  Includes professional photo printed on the night

Band C: Standard seats 

Tuesday 15 April 7:30pm Book now